December 2016
 
"We do not believe that the PolyMet project FEIS adequately addressed the health impacts of the project,” Northeastern Minnesota family doctor Kris Wegerson said in her testimony to the Environmental Quality Board in favor of requiring health impact assessments for sulfide mine projects in Minnesota.
 
View a clip of Dr. Wegerson’s testimony supporting the Minnesota Academy of Family Physicians’ petition for health assessment of sulfide mining.
 
 

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